Puss Williamson Betsheet.com Sports Betting Expert

Before the Las Vegas Sports Consultants, Puss Williamson was one of the original sports authorities to work with many of the major Las Vegas Sportsbooks in the linesmaking capacity. With a blend of innovative stats tracking and personal service, Puss Williamson was reknown for early line calls and unexpected line shifts. Seeing an end to his free lance services upon the upstart of LVSC in 1983, Puss Williamson regretfully conceded his services at the public level.

Puss moved to Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. in 1989 where he dabbled in commercial real estate and venture capitalism, until returning to sports consulting in 1993 during the on-line startup frenzy. As one of the world's most respected free lance authorities in gaming resources, Puss Williamsom has spent most of the 90's working for half a dozen start ups in sportsbook consultation and security.

Indeed, the Las Vegas Sporting News recognized Puss in its December 17, 1994 issue, and wrote that: "Gerald [Puss] Williamson, efforts to improve functionality of off-shore based sportsbooks, has cut development time by half."

The popularity of Puss Williamson working in the private handicapping sector spawned Betsheet.com. As a private member of Puss Williamson's Betsheet, you will find yourself among a community of very serious and successful sports investors.

Game Line Price
Charlotte vs Old Dominion Spread $25 Push
Middle Tennessee vs Marshall Spread $25 Loss
Northeastern vs Charleston Spread $25 Win
Bowling Green vs Northern Illinois Spread $25 Win
Ohio vs Central Michigan Spread $25 Win
Boise State vs San Diego State Spread $25 Loss
Fresno State vs New Mexico Spread $25 Loss
IUPUI vs Cleveland State Spread $25 Win
Oral Roberts vs North Dakota Spread $25 Win
Northwestern vs Nebraska Spread $25 Win
Full Records Wins Losses Win % Bankroll
Yesterday 0 0 0% +$0
Last 7 Days 0 0 0% +$0
Last 30 Days 1 0 100% +$500
Last 60 Days 7 7 50% +$225
Last 90 Days 19 21 48% -$1,425
Last 365 Days 47 49 49% -$2,725
Since Start 757 547 58%